Taman Bukit Seputeh

Taman Bukit Seputeh is a part of many parcels of land in Seputeh, Kuala Lumpur, at the foothills of Bukit Seputeh. Back in the 1970’s Taman Seputeh was set aside for property development for residential housing, including terrace houses and strata housing like condominiums and apartments, and sale of plots of land, and small pieces for commercial development. Within the next few decades, the area of Seputeh and nearby areas of Kuala Lumpur, Bangsar, Brickfields, Petaling Jaya boomed, and accelerated due to the construction of the massive Mid Valley Megamall next to Bukit Seputeh.

Thanks to the location of Taman Bukit Seputeh which lies between Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya, residents of Taman Bukit Seputeh can go down Jalan Syed Putra, pass by Mid Valley Megamall on the way to a few major highways, such as Federal Highway which can lead to both Petaling Jaya and Kuala Lumpur. The New Pantai Expressway (NPE) connects to Old Klang Road area, Subang Jaya, Bandar Sunway, and Shah Alam. The KL-Seremban Highway and the East-West Link link travellers to Cheras, Kajang and Seremban. Jalan Syed Putra can also be used to access Old Klang Road, Jalan Puchong leading into Puchong. The Mid Valley and Seputeh KTM Komuter station brings commuters to KL Sentral hub in Brickfields, and onward to Stesen Monorail Tun Sambanthan, Salak South / Salak Selatan, and Subang.

Taman Bukit Seputeh has nearby places for families and their children to go for exercize, fun and relaxation. What comes to mind is the old standby, Mont Kiara’s Bukit Kiara Park, Bukit Bandaraya Park, Federal Hill, and the large and beautiful Lake Perdana at Perdana Botanical Garden, complete with the Bird Park and Butterfly Park, where children and adults can enjoy nature to their heart’s content, and get closer as a family unit.

Taman Bukit Seputeh is a location with great accessibility, thus it will be easy to reach many shops within a short distance. Supermarkets nearby include Citra Spice Mart, Shri Abiraami Grocer, Pasar Mini Bangsar, TMC, Jaya Grocer and Village Grocer. Cooks can visit the Brickfields Morning Wet Market, Bangsar Sunday Market, Bangsar Baru Night Market, plus the Weekend Bazaar in Seputeh.

Famous food places in the vicinity of Taman Bukit Seputeh Heights include the Sukaphat Thai Vegetarian Restaurant, Moobaan Thai Food, Kim Gary Restaurant (Korean), Snuki Udon (Japanese), and Nikai Awesome Japanese Restaurant. The night life in this area, together with nearby Bangsar, is particularly interesting due to its varied patrons, pubs, bars, cafes, and events happening nightly, such as the Sage Restaurant & Wine Bar, Plan B, Honolulu Café Mid Valley, and Wa Cafe. For more upmarket shopping and dining, one would visit malls, such as the Mid Valley Megamall, The Gardens Mall, the KL Gateway Mall, and Nu Sentral.

Children residing at Taman Bukit Seputeh have many education centers they can go to. There are at least nine nearby kindergartens such as Tadika Bee, Tadika Kelab Jepun, Kinderland Brickfields, Tadika Kuen Cheng, Smart Reader Kids, and Kumon. When the child reaches primary and secondary school age, they can go to Sekolah Kebangsaan Seri Setia, Sekolah Rendah Agama Ar-Rahah, Vikas International School, Sri Damesh International School, and Alice Smith School. Upon reaching graduating from high school, they can choose to go to University Malaysia, City University Malaysia, HELP University, Asia e University, Management Science University and GlobalNxt University.

With the increasing need for more infrastructure, commercial and push for more housing in Petaling Jaya and Kuala Lumpur, one can predict that in the future, more job opportunities will occur.

Residential properties in Taman Bukit Seputeh are freehold. With Taman Bukit Seputeh’s pricing for pre-built bungalows start from a median of MYR 556 psf and median price of MYR 6,257,000, while bungalow plots start from a median of MYR 515 and median price of MYR 5,450,000. Other Interesting projects nearby worth examining include Setia Sky Seputeh, Seputeh Gardens, Tria Seputeh, The Valley, Residenci Ampang Tengah 6 (At 6), Minest Residence, The Estate, KL Eco City Vogue Suites 1, Serai Bukit Bandaraya, Palmyra Bangsar, D’9 @ Bangsar, Bangsar Peak, Avara Seputeh, VIVO Residential Suites @ 9 Seputeh, Mutiara Seputeh, Sierra Seputeh, Taman Desa Seputeh, Taman Seputeh, Seputeh Heights.

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